In a game of addition and subtraction, the roof and walls of a derelict warehouse in Nyack were carved to create side-by-side, day-lit design studio and showroom. The intervention was all about light and lines.        photo: François Dischinger


In a game of addition and subtraction, the roof and walls of a derelict warehouse in Nyack were carved to create side-by-side, day-lit design studio and showroom. The intervention was all about light and lines.

 

 

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

 photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

  In a game of addition and subtraction, the roof and walls of a derelict warehouse in Nyack were carved to create side-by-side, day-lit design studio and showroom. The intervention was all about light and lines.        photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger
 photo: François Dischinger


In a game of addition and subtraction, the roof and walls of a derelict warehouse in Nyack were carved to create side-by-side, day-lit design studio and showroom. The intervention was all about light and lines.

 

 

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

photo: François Dischinger

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